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US Republicans face mutiny in Congress
Rep. Matt Gaetz vows to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy following a budget deal that split the Republican Party. Also: Hundreds of thousands of Poles have joined an opposition rally in Warsaw ahead of a crucial general election. And European golfers beat the Americans in a dramatic Ryder Cup.
Most ethnic Armenians have fled Nagorno-Karabakh
The Red Cross steps up humanitarian efforts as more than a-hundred- thousand refugees cross the border. Also: The US House of Representatives passes a temporary funding bill that could avert a government shutdown, and Wally, the friendly emotional support alligator who was turned away from a major baseball game along with his owner.
The Happy Pod: Uncovering the wonders of the universe
Our weekly collection of the happiest stories in the world. This week, will asteroid dust give clues to the origins of the universe? Jubilation in East Africa as the 2027 Cup of Nations is awarded to Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. And, celebrating words of hope and joy from around the world.
Man charged with murder of rapper Tupac Shakur in 1996
US police say a former gang leader, Duane "Keffe D" Davis, planned the shooting in Las Vegas after his nephew was involved in a fight with Tupac Shakur in a casino. Also: state of emergency in New York over flash floods, and Christopher Plummer's singing voice is included in re-release of "The Sound of Music" soundtrack.
Suicide bombers attack mosques in different parts of Pakistan
Explosion in Balochistan kills more than fifty people celebrating a religious holiday. Later, further north in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, there was a blast at a mosque inside a police compound. They're the worst attacks since July, when Islamic State militants in Pakistan killed more than forty people. Also: Sweden's prime minister uses a televised national address to say he's considering deploying military patrols on the streets to deal with heightened gun violence, and scientists in Spain say a pair of shoes discovered in a cave are six-thousand years old.
Gunman kills three in twin Rotterdam shootings
A 14-year-old girl and her mother are among the victims after attacks in two locations in the Dutch city. Also: US Republicans lay out case at Biden impeachment inquiry, and a boy is arrested after one of Britain's most loved trees is felled at Hadrian's Wall.
Jc I can get you something else I can
I’m just not home yet but I’m going home by the office to go home tomorrow at work I’ll call tomorrow and tomorrow if
I have come to realise that it is impossible to have unbiased news these days. BBC is not immune to that however it is way way better than it’s Australian cousin (ABC). All to do with the quality of editors and producers. I listen to this podcast every day and the reporting is Global. I am lucky enough to have the time to listen to a number of alternative sources to get a broader opinion. 👍😊
What is the obsession with Charles?
If I have to fast forward past another story about a someone wanting a republic, then I will have to find my news elsewhere. If you want to change your government do it. Stop wasting my time.
I am starting to regret paying for this.